ASP.NET MVC training in nepal

Duration1.5 monthASP.NET MVC training in nepal

The ASP.NET MVC framework provides an alternative to the ASP.NET Web Forms pattern for creating MVC-based Web applications. The ASP.NET MVC framework is a lightweight, highly testable presentation framework that (as with Web Forms-based applications) is integrated with existing ASP.NET features, such as master pages and membership-based authentication. The MVC framework is defined in the System.Web.Mvc namespace and is a fundamental, supported part of the System. Web namespace.

The MVC pattern helps you create applications that separate the different aspects of the application (input logic, business logic, and UI logic) while providing a loose coupling between these elements. The pattern specifies where each kind of logic should in the application. The UI logic belongs in the view. Input logic belongs in the controller. Business logic belongs in the model. This separation helps you manage complexity when you build an application.

  • To offer a constant object-oriented programming setting whether object code is stored and performed locally, executed locally but Internet-distributed, or executed at all.
  • To offer a code-execution setting that rescues software operation along with the versioning conflicts.
  • To facilitate with a code-execution setting promoting the safe implementation of the code, along with code built by an unidentified or semi-trusted third party.
  • To give a code-execution setting that reduces the presentation issues of scripted or construes surroundings.
  • To develop the user experience constant across extensively unstable applications types that includes Windows-based and Web-based apps.
  • To develop all communication on industrial values to make sure that code relevant to the .NET Framework can incorporate with any other codes
  • To understand the development of dynamic websites.
  • To build up extremely secure websites with wonderful presentation and role-based management.
  • To be aware of modular and extensible web application architecture.
  • To know the scalability aspects of great websites and portals.
  • To please the growing worldwide requirements of ASP.NET developers.
  • To follow a career in extremely paying companies and projects.

Trainees should have basic knowledge of how to use HTML, CSS for web design before they can admit to this course. It would also be a plus point if they are familiar with the basics of programming in any one programming language and also basics of SQL.

After completion of this course, the trainee should develop an application using ASP.NET MVC.

  • Main Project: ASP.NET MVC Project

After successful completion of the above project student will be eligible for Certificate, Internship & Placement.

Course Contents

Revision with Pre-Requisites
Revision course of C#.Net

  • ASP and ASP.NET WebForms
  • The MVC Design Pattern
  • Unit Testing
  • Managing Dependencies

ASP.NET MVC Architecture

  • ASP.NET Platform
  • Controllers, Models, and Views
  • URL Routing
  • Controller Actions
  • Razor View Engine
  • Extensibility

Defining the Model

  • Object Relational Mapping (ORM)
  • Entity Framework (EF)
  • Hibernate
  • Using an IoC Container

Routes and URLs

  • Introduction to Routing
  • Defining Routes
  • Route Evaluation
  • The Controller Factory
  • Constraints
  • Exempting URLs
  • Constructing Outgoing URLs
  • Unit Testing Routes

Controllers and Actions

  • IController, ControllerBase, and Controller
  • Defining Actions
  • Action Selectors
  • Action Filters
  • HTTP Verbs
  • HttpContext and RouteData
  • Maintaining Testability
  • Returning Data with ActionResult
  • Parameters and the Model Binder
  • Asynchronous Action Methods


  • View Engines
  • Templates and Scaffolding
  • Razor Syntax
  • ViewData and ViewBag
  • Strongly-Typed Views
  • Layout Pages
  • Custom Sections
  • Partial Views
  • Child Actions
  • Using a ViewModel Object

HTML Helpers

  • Basic Helpers
  • Strongly-Typed Helpers
  • Creating Custom Helpers
  • Declarative Helpers

Data Validation

  • Data Annotations
  • Validation HTML Helpers
  • ModelState
  • IValidatableObject
  • Client Side Validation

Authentication and Authorization

  • Using Windows Authentication
  • Building a Custom Account Controller
  • Configuring Forms Authentication
  • Using the Authorize Attribute

JavaScript, jQuery, Ajax

  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Data types, operators, conditions
  • Events, function
  • Array and Objects
  • Introduction to Jquery
  • jQuery Syntax
  • jQuery implementation
  • jQuery Effects and events
  • jQuery Selectors and Traversing
  • jQuery Custom Functions
  • Controller Actions for Ajax
  • Ajax Helpers
  • Unobtrusive Ajax
  • Ajax with jQuery


  • Using HTTP as an Application Protocol
  • Content Negotiation
  • Routing
  • ApiController
  • MediaTypeFormatters
  • Validation
  • OData Queries

Customizing and Extending ASP.NET MVC

  • ASP.NET MVC Pipeline
  • Advanced Routing
  • Custom Global Filters
  • Customizing MVC Code Templates
  • Creating a Custom Controller Factory


  • Server Requirements
  • Configuration Options

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